Royal Australian Mint

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Royal Australian Mint

A mint in Australia. It mints coins for Australia and several other nations in the South Pacific. It was opened in 1965 and is located in Canberra.
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Contract Awarded for The Royal Australian Mint - Heritage Management Plan Review
Hieb struck the final coin to the three-coined series during the National Science Week celebration at the Royal Australian Mint on Monday.
Australians lose more than $100 million worth of coins down the back of sofas and car seats each year, the Royal Australian Mint said.
Just this year it was used for a limited edition coin by the Royal Australian Mint.
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A WORKER at the Royal Australian Mint stole thousands of pounds worth of coins - by hiding them in his boots.
The World Heritage joint issue is also available as an attractive coin cover with coins from the Royal Mint and the Australian Mint.
Previously the Royal Australian Mint introduced a one-dollar coin, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Parkes' death.
Australian mint brand Jila launches in the UK this month backed by a 1m [pounds sterling] marketing campaign in July.
Origin will deliver the system under a model where they will design-build, own, operate and maintain the installation, with the Royal Australian Mint paying for the power it generates at a 5 cent per kilowatt-hour discount to importing power from the grid
The orders came nearly exclusively from Europe and the Australian Mint sees signs of "panic buys".
On the 100th anniversary of his death, the Royal Australian Mint launched a general circulation one dollar coin to commemorate him officially as Father of Federation.
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